We are taking a look at little industrial vehicles in this series of articles,
but before we go any further, maybe we should look at the question why.
Why, exactly, should anyone care about little industrial vehicles? What practical
application do they have for the everyday person? In other words, who exactly
needs these little industrial vehicles?
Well, the answer to those questions is both very broad and very specific. On
the broad side, it can be said that every single person living in the developed
world needs little industrial vehicles in order to maintain the lives that we
have grown accustomed to. It doesn't matter if they're living in an
Toronto luxury condo or a modest home nestled in the suburbs in one of the many homes available.
Wait a second, you might ask, isn't that a bit of an exaggeration? The
answer is a resounding no. One needs only to consider the many systems it takes
to keep our cities, alone, clean and functioning smoothly and you can see why
little industrial vehicles are so important.
Can you imagine a city where the pipes in the sewer systems became so clogged
up with debris and build up that they began to overflow? No amount of wastewater
grit removal would help then. Without the use of vacuum trucks on a regular
basis, this disgusting scenario would soon become reality and city officials
may need to hire the help of a class action lawyer to help them handle all the complaints and lawsuits that will come forward.
Do you love to hit the links on the weekend in order to get outside and get
some exercise? That well groomed fairway is directly tied to the use of a small
industrial vehicle, the ride'em lawn mower. Not to mention the course
itself was probably made into golfer's paradise from empty real estate through the use of several different little industrial vehicles designed
for construction, including small bulldozers and the ubiquitous bobcat.
So, we all need industrial vehicles in order to maintain the standards of living
that we have come to enjoy. We also need them to help produce the food we eat
and the products we use every single day. The vinyl words on walls expressive lettering we use to
decorate our house probably came from a large factory, where forklifts are used
to transport heavy loads from one place to another. The food you eat likely
came from some kind of farm, where you'll find kubotas and other small
tractors in abundance.
Little industrial vehicles are even necessary when it comes to our personal
transportation. Water taxis run from place to place in our coastal cities, and
where would we be without baggage trucks at the airport (likely, delayed still
further!). How could a doors
and windows company install our new windows without the use of a
industrial vehicle to transport the large items around?
Little industrial vehicles are not just needed by the businesses and individuals
who operate them every day. Rather, they are a necessity when it comes to our
society's day to day functions. This means that to one degree or another,
we all need little industrial vehicles!